Text neck syndrome is twenty first century coined term which mostly occurs due to repeated stress and appears with neck pain predominantly. It occurs primarily due to excessive screen time primarily hand-held devices for prolonged period of time. Present study was performed to find out effect of text neck syndrome of posture of undergraduate college students, since text neck syndrome is most commonly observed among adolescent population.
Methodology: present research has adapted cross sectional study design among 500 undergraduate students. Males and females who fulfilled the inclusion criteria were included in the study. Further subjects were divided into two different groups. Scapula position was examined at three different positions.
Statistical methods: Descriptive statistical analysis was performed in the present study. mean value, standard deviation, confidence interval, t value and p value were obtained.
Result: The result exhibits statistically significant changes in scapula position among undergraduate students as compared to those who were not having neck pain having p value <0.005 Conclusion In the present study, it was seen that scapular position is altered in undergraduate students who are suffering from text neck syndrome.